Scripts in Category: Ensemble

This is a Readers Theater piece about our National Anthem and the faith of the man who wrote it.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 5

A little boy wonders about the power of the flag, while a figure from its history tells the story of the night the flag changed his life, reminding us at the end from where our help comes.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 4

A major milestone reminds Dad that it is God, not him, who ultimately directs his daughter’s life. A great script for Father’s Day, graduation recognition, or a celebration of both.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 5

A Pharisee bitterly describes Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem, how the crowds cheered Him, accepted Him and praised Him.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 4

Seven individuals, from both then and now, soberly consider their role in the crucifixion of the Savior.

Actors: 7 Minutes: 5

A family puts more emphasis on winning an Easter egg hunt than understanding the importance of Easter.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 4

Two of the Lord’s disciples are sent to fetch the donkey that will carry Jesus into the city. Problem is, the donkeys refuse to be untied because of whatever it is in their lives that is holding them back from truly serving Christ. The “Untie The Donkey” skits can each be played stand-alone, or as a five-week series culminating on or near Palm Sunday.

Actors: 9 Minutes: 20

Two of the Lord’s disciples are sent to fetch the donkey that will carry Jesus into the city. Problem is, the donkeys refuse to be untied - in this case, from their worries. (Note: The Untie the Donkey skits can each be played stand-alone, or as a five-week series culminating on or near Palm Sunday.)

Actors: 5 Minutes: 4

Two of the Lord’s disciples are sent to fetch the donkey that will carry Jesus into the city. Problem is, the donkeys have refused to be untied—from their busyness, their comfort, their pride, or their worries. At last they meet the donkey who is right for the Lord’s purpose: the one that is willing to be freed from his Sin. (Note: The Untie the Donkey skits can each be played stand-alone, or as a five-week series culminating on or near Palm Sunday. If done as a series, this would be the final episode.)

Actors: 4 Minutes: 3

Two of the Lord’s disciples are sent to fetch the donkey that will carry Jesus into the city. Problem is, the donkeys refuse to be untied—in this case, from their pride. (Note: The Untie The Donkey skits can each be played stand-alone, or as a five-week series culminating on or near Palm Sunday.)

Actors: 4 Minutes: 4

Two of the Lord’s disciples are sent to fetch the donkey that will carry Jesus into the city. Problem is, the donkeys refuse to be untied - in this case, from their comfort. (Note: The Untie the Donkey skits can each be played stand-alone, or as a five-week series culminating on or near Palm Sunday.)

Actors: 4 Minutes: 4

Two of the Lord’s disciples are sent to fetch the donkey that will carry Jesus into the city. Problem is, the donkeys refuse to be untied— in this case, from their busy schedule. (Note: The Untie The Donkey skits can each be played standalone, or as a five-week series culminating on or near Palm Sunday.)

Actors: 4 Minutes: 5

“Most Valuable Praiser” parodies popular sports cast programs to emphasize the need for cultivating an appropriate mindset during corporate worship.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 4

A fig tree decides to try and be something he’s not, but things don’t go the way he plans.

Actors: 7 Minutes: 5

This script humorously exploits tropes from the popular super-hero genre to deliver a message regarding the fearlessness of believers that have been emboldened by the Holy Spirit.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 6

Friends gather to gaze at the brilliant star, not realizing they’re completely missing the purpose of the star in the first place.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 4